Beast and the Hare
San Francisco, CA 94110
SF Weekly's Description
You can smell the meat pride steaming off the new American menu of Beast and the Hare, a Cookie Monster-colored Mission neighborhood bistro whose chef-owner, Ian Marks, loves playing with sustainably sourced meat. The species count of a single meal may hit the double-digits, and Marks' hearty food too easily veers into shlubby; order at least two salads as a gout-prevention measure. Marks' charcuterie â rabbit rillettes submerged in pork fat, smoked duck slices, curls of paprika-crusted coppa â is superb, his fried chicken with porky collards merits a visit, and the servers understand exactly the kind of welcome a neighborhood restaurant should extend.
Tips from foursquare
The best things to recommend are the planned late-night nibbles, & the libations menu. Vegetarians: There's plenty of cheese and delicious produce on the menu too.
For our Grub Crawl, they served us smoked duck breast charcuterie, brasola charcuterie, and spicy/crispy chicken wings! All delicious! www.GrubCrawl.com
Eat brunch here. Fried chicken and Johnnycake. Steak and eggs. Duck confit hash. Mmm. Meat.
The oysters are buttery and the staff is too!
Bone marrow, duck bolognese, and Kobe steak are winners here! Yum.
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